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August 22, 2017

Richard Steele rounds up new and noteworthy business book releases. Richard is a senior conference producer at Campden Wealth, specialising in tech investing, start-ups, and family wealth management issues.

Richard Steele rounds up the new and noteworthy business book releases, which look at topics including positive leadership by example, ethical entrepreneurship and how businesses can up their game. Richard is a senior conference producer at Campden Wealth, specialising in tech investing, start-ups, and family wealth management issues.

 


Fixing Business – Making Profitable Business Work for the Good of All

Author: Digby Jones
Rated 3/5
Published by: Wiley
Pages 200

January 9, 2017

Enterprising family businesses and how next-generation leaders are pushing the boundaries 

December 2, 2015

Entrepreneurs in Asia are more likely to take a long-term approach to their enterprise, according to new research – less than a quarter in China intend to exit their businesses compared to half in the UK.

Entrepreneurs in Asia are more likely to take a long-term approach to their enterprise, according to new research – less than a quarter in China intend to exit their businesses compared to half in the UK.

They are also more likely to keep their wealth in the business, with the average turnover in the region sitting at $12 million, compared to $6 million in the West; while their personal wealth is averages $16.2 million – 26% lower than Western entrepreneurs in the US and Europe.

November 2, 2015

The founder of the world’s largest two wheeler business has died at the age of 92, leaving behind a multi billion dollar family empire.

The founder of the world’s largest two-wheeler business has died at the age of 92, leaving behind a multi billion dollar family empire.

Brijmohan Lall Munjal was among four brothers who founded the predecessor company to Hero MotoCorp in 1954, and remained chairman emeritus until his death on Sunday.

His son Pawan Munjal, who has been managing director and CEO since 2001, only succeeded his father as chairman in June.

September 24, 2014

The matriarch of Australian family business Sue Ismiel & Daughters has this week revealed she is considering listing a majority stake in its hair removal subsidiary on the country’s stock exchange. 

The matriarch of Australian family business Sue Ismiel & Daughters has this week revealed she is considering listing a majority stake in its hair removal subsidiary on the country’s stock exchange.

Sue Ismiel started Nad’s in her Sydney home in 1991 to create a more pain-free way to remove unwanted body hair. The business took off when she started marketing her wax-free gel on television infomercials.

October 24, 2013

Culture, education and the cost of living are all factors to take into consideration before emigration, but when it comes to tax incentives Switzerland is the top domicile – at least if you’re an entrepreneur.

Culture, education and the cost of living are all factors to take into consideration before emigration, but when it comes to tax incentives Switzerland is the top domicile – at least if you’re an entrepreneur.

According to the Global Opportunities report, released by BDO this week, the UK has the next most appealing tax regime, followed by Monaco.

The report said an entrepreneur should be looking primarily for tax benefits on dividends taken from their personal company, or capital gains realised on the sale of a company.

April 3, 2013

Almost half of wealthy next-gens think that campaigning for social change is as important as making money, new research has found.

Almost half of wealthy next-gens think that campaigning for social change is as important as making money, new research has found.

March 8, 2013

Today is International Woman's Day and to celebrate CampdenFB is taking a look at the research released over the last year that shows the growing importance of women in family businesses and to the global economy as a whole.

Today is International Woman's Day and to celebrate CampdenFB is taking a look at the research released over the last year that shows the growing importance of women in family businesses and to the global economy as a whole.

February 22, 2012

Family businesses in China might not be as old as their western counterparts – Chinese family firms are just nine years old on average – but there is plenty of opportunity for next-gens to learn from founding family members.

Family businesses in China might not be as old as their western counterparts – Chinese family firms are just nine years old on average – but there is plenty of opportunity for next-gens to learn from founding family members.

Tony Gao Hao, director of executive education at Tsinghua Alumni Association, part of the Tsinghua University, reckons that despite numerous challenges in the Asian country, family businesses in China are powering ahead.

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